New project by Kyla Bidgood

Posted on Fri, 8 Feb 2013 by KiM

It’s been a few months since Vancouver/Victoria interior designer Kyla Bidgood shared her redo of a tech company’s office with us, and now she’s back with another project. This time it’s a really fun interior. I recently completed a residence for a young family of four. I worked with homeowners Meagan & Sebastian Smitsdorff to create a space that reflect their personalities while utilizing some of their existing furniture pieces. Bright colours, vintage nostalgic accents, and custom built-ins enhance the living/dining areas, while keeping spaces functional and durable for daily use by their two young boys. These spaces are so awesome for a family – bright and energetic, liveable and functional. Kyla included some before photos so you can really see the transformation. (Sources on Kyla’s Pinterest, after photos by Sarah McNeil)

Fantastic colours… I wish I were brave enough to live in such shades… Gorgeous… Happy weekend… xv

A perfect example of how great design can make you feel so good!

Poppy says:

Great space! Is there a source for the artwork? Love it!

Poppy – I had the art piece in the dining room custom commissioned by an incredibly talented local Victoria artist Lauren Mycroft, based on the clients concept of city lights which is reminiscent of their vegas wedding. If you'd like lauren's contact info please feel free to shoot me an email

bella says:

so many wonderful little elements here: the mirror with the godfather quote… the notebook paper pillow… the yard sticks mixed in with the curly branches… the ladder chandelier. such a fun/sophisticated/livable space!!

Et voila, the artist has a site!

Love the fire place transformation! Fantastic!

hv says:

much more interesting and chalenging than white floor, white walls and white ceiling!

ursula says:

Another knockout from Kyla Bidgood! I especially adore how the toys are integrated with the decor.

Kyla is not only brilliant with design, but she's also a really sweet person to work with 🙂



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